A few weeks ago I wrote about how FlyGuyVeezy’s music made my summer. The southern California artist's catchy and sweet songs about young love are addicting, and come with an infectious knock thanks to production from fellow angeleno Paupa. It’s a winning formula that makes for endless stuck-in-your-head slaps, like This summer’s “Like That” or “Giggin Pt 2.” Today Veezy’s premiering his latest track “Take Care” on The FADER, and it’s perfect for listening to in the car on these last warm days of the year, windows down and all.
On the song, in title a play on Drake’s 2011 breakout album, Veezy hopes his love interest takes care, them having ended what they had. “My song is about my past experiences with women and my quest for happiness. I believe every guy has that one girl he can’t let go of no matter what,” he shares of the song’s inspiration. “Happiness is a drug and I’m addicted.” Listen to “Take Care” above, get to know the artist here, and listen to more from him on his SoundCloud.